[Update: winners announced] Think Forum invites startup future leaders to join them


Update: We received an overwhelming number of applications for five wildcard spots for startups to be a part of the Think Forum, India, scheduled to be held on July 14th, 2015. It gives us immense pleasure in announcing the winners. 

Anuj Srivastava (Livspace)

Karan Jain (TravelZaika

Nakul Kapur (Playnlive)

Sahil Barua (Delhivery

Puneet Agrawal (MyWolet)


This article is sponsored by IBM

As one of the world’s foremost leadership summits, the Think Forum, India brings together thought leaders from across countries and industries to interact, discuss and discover best practices, emerging technologies, new business models and newer ways to work.

After, New York, Tokyo and Shanghai, for the first time, IBM is bringing Think Forum to India. This invite-only event will take place at Gurgaon on 14th July 2015.

The THINK Forum, New York brought more than 750 leaders from 55 countries to explore how they are making the most of this new era of enterprise innovation.

The leaders who participated shared best practices on leading through disruptive change, challenged traditional business models and spoke of adapting cultures to create lasting economic values.

IBM is now inviting the future leaders of India – the startup founders like you – to be a part of the THINK Forum, providing a platform for some of the finest leaders of our era to collaborate to make our world a better place.

There are 5 wildcard spots open for startup founders to be a part of this exclusive forum. If you are a founder of a startup and your market is global, in 140 characters describe what #newwaytowork means to you and you can get a chance to attend this event.

This year it is all about the #NewWayToWork.

The last date for entries is July 4th, apply now.


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